1.4 (2010-11-11)

Updated the Skool Disassemblies, and also added the following features to the Contact Sam Cruise disassembly:

  • Loading code disassembly
  • Save code disassembly
  • Startup code disassembly

1.3.1 (2010-10-18)

  • Added documentation on supported assemblers
  • Added the utility
  • Documentation sources included in docs-src
  • When running or on Linux/BSD, show elapsed time instead of CPU time

1.3 (2010-07-23)

  • Updated the Skool Disassemblies

1.2 (2010-05-03)

  • Updated the Skool Disassemblies

1.1 (2010-02-25)

  • Updated the Skool Disassemblies
  • Updated contact_sam_cruise.ctl
  • Added csc.ref (to supply extra information to the Contact Sam Cruise disassembly)
  • Added the utility

1.0.7 (2010-02-12)

  • Extended the control file syntax to support block titles, descriptions, registers and comments, and sub-block types and comments
  • Added two example control files: contact_sam_cruise.ctl and manic_miner.ctl
  • Fixed the bug in that made it list referrers of entry points in non-code blocks
  • Added support to for the LD IXh,r and LD IXl,r instructions

1.0.6 (2010-02-04)

Above each entry point in a code block, will insert a comment containing a list of the routines that call or jump to that entry point.

1.0.5 (2010-02-03)

Made the following changes to

  • Added the -t option (to show ASCII text in the comment fields)
  • Set block titles according to the apparent contents (code/text/data) when using the -g option

1.0.4 (2010-02-02)

Made the following changes to

  • Fixed the bug that caused the last instruction before the 64K boundary to be disassembled as a DEFB statement
  • Added the -g option (to generate a control file using rudimentary static code analysis)
  • Added the -s option (to specify the disassembly start address)

1.0.3 (2010-02-01)

  • copes with instructions that cross the 64K boundary
  • writes the ‘Game status buffer’, ‘Glossary’, ‘Trivia’, ‘Bugs’ and ‘Pokes’ pages for a skool file specified by the -f option (in addition to the disassembly files and memory maps)

1.0.2 (2010-01-31)

Modified so that it:

  • recognises instructions that are unchanged by a DD or FD prefix
  • recognises instructions with a DDCB or FDCB prefix
  • produces a 4-byte DEFB for the ED-prefixed LD HL,(nn) and LD (nn),HL instructions
  • produces a 2-byte DEFB for a relative jump across the 64K boundary

1.0.1 (2010-01-30)

Fixed the following bugs in

  • ‘X’ was replaced by ‘Y’ instead of ‘IX’ by ‘IY’ (leading to nonsense mnemonics such as YOR IYh)
  • ED72 was disassembled as SBC HL,BC instead of SBC HL,SP
  • ED7A was disassembled as ADD HL,SP instead of ADC HL,SP
  • ED63 and ED6B were disassembled as LD (nn),HL and LD HL,(nn) (which is correct, but won’t assemble back to the same bytes)

1.0 (2010-01-28)

Initial public release.